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We understand the struggles families face when caring for a senior with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia, especially when enabling them to live safely at home.
Our specially trained support workers, engage clients in intellectual, physical and emotional interactions that complement medical treatment and improve the quality of life for seniors and their families.
We can help care for your loved one at home, giving you the support you need. We believe that everyone should experience connection, purpose and uplifting moments, no matter their age or the level of care they need.
By choosing Comfort Keepers, families receive support that includes:
We understand Alzheimer's disease, dementia symptoms, how it affects behavior, and that it progresses at different rates for different seniors. We create and follow an individualised care plan that focuses on both physical and mental needs and goals.
Our Support Workers are screened for empathy, trained to help those with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia, and empowered to find ways to elevate the spirits of clients and their families.
Our staff also practice Comfort Keepers' signature Interactive Caregiving™ system. With Interactive Caregiving, we get to know our clients on a personal level, learning about likes, dislikes and even past events in their life. This helps us to integrate activities that simulate mental or physical activity. Our clients and caregivers develop a relationship, and often listen to music together from the senior's favourite era, read an old favourite book or even do memory exercises like looking through family photos or discussing current events.
It’s important to be flexible and patient when caring for a loved one with dementia. Our head global office refers to The Mayo Clinic, which provides tips for daily tasks and how to care for someone with dementia, including:
Comfort Keepers can help you and your loved one work through these recommendations to create the best possible environment and care plan.
Our Support Workers are trained to provide Alzheimer’s and dementia care that supports opportunities for meaningful engagement, builds and nurtures authentic, caring relationships, and implements a care plan that evolves with individual needs.